Your President… Wait For It… SPEAKS!

Today, inLafayette, Tennessee (again).

Is It January 20, 2009, Yet?

Phil and June Spears have just — I looked in their eyes and saw incredible sadness and worry.

Brainwreck

One is, a lot of people who care about you, total strangers showing up here in this community to help you get back on your feet.

What The Government Has Got

And the government has got a role to play.

There Is Programs

I want to thank the senators and congressmen for being here, because they know that there is programs available for you.

What People Have Got To Do

And one of the things people have got to do is call a number.

Find Out The Help

If you’ve been affected you ought to call 1-800-621-3362, 1-800-621-3362. And that’s where you can find out the help that is available.

He Outlined The Number

And so we want the folks to know there is help from the federal government, and he can get the number I just outlined; but there’s also going to be a lot of help from loving neighbors.

Medulla Omigodda

And I’ve come away with this impression of the folks in Macon County: one, you’re down to earth, good, hard-working people; they have a respect for the Almighty; and this community is going to be as strong as ever. That’s what I think.

What You’re Going To Find You Got

And you’re going to find you got some new friends showing up, too — a lot of people you’ve never heard of, they don’t know who you are, total strangers.

The Folks Traveling With Him Increase In Value

And I appreciate you giving me a chance to come by, and I know the folks traveling with me appreciate.

3 thoughts on “Your President… Wait For It… SPEAKS!

  1. hoppy says:

    And you’re going to find you got some new friends showing up, too — a lot of people you’ve never heard of, they don’t know who you are, total strangers, most of them selling something you don’t need for a price you can’t afford. Then there is me…

  2. tdr says:

    Translated: No help from the government; if people with kind hearts come on their own to help you, you will have some help; otherwise, you are on your own.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    Considering that communications may have been disrupted, I hope that calling 1-800 isn’t the only way to get help.
    SOP used to be to put folks on the ground to walk the neighborhood.

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